I am trying to find the function that converts the result of FullForm back into a standard pretty looking output. Here is what I mean:
expr = FullForm[2 + 2 Sin[x]] > Plus[2,Times[2,Sin[x]]] Normal[expr] Evaluate[expr] DisplayForm[expr] > Plus[2,Times[2,Sin[x]]] (* not good, it's still displays as text *) % > 2+2Sin[x] (* good, I have a pretty formula again *)
Ok, so evaluating % just after does the trick, but it's not a function call. I was wondering what is the proper function that does this:
ProperFunctionCall[expr] > 2+2Sin[x]
The secondary question is: does
ProperFunctionCall works on all types of inputs, for example, would it work on:
and show the pretty black disk instead of the text ?
I had a look at the online help of all the entries of
?*Form that seemed meaningful but it did not help me. I also had a look at this post and a few others, but it does not seem to be the same problem so the answer did not help either.